Colin Clark <> writes:

> What is the typical arrangement for development of an application that 
> compiles on both GTK2 and GTK3? Is it standard to maintain two separate 
> development trees?

Generally, one or the other is enabld via something like autoconf and
there are ifdefs when necessary, with an attempt to minimize that.

The alternative is to have a branch, but then one has to merge things
all the time.

> The reason I ask is because of all the deprecated warnings. For 
> instance, the GTK_STOCK_ warnings could probably be eliminated by simple 
> text substitutions. But that would not compile on GTK2.
> But to put GTK_CHECK_VERSION around every change would be a nightmare.


> What is your opinion about how to progress?

A really good question :-)

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